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how to create new ODBC connection using the 11g client

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i recently installed oracle11g client on my windows XP machine.now i want to create new ODBC connection using the 11g client.can anybody tell me.thanks
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Go into Control Panel.  Under Administrative Tools, select the Data Sources (ODBC) icon.

Then create a new DSN using the new Oracle driver.
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